The Role of Procurement
The role of Procurement within the Hull College Group is to achieve best value for money, maximising use of College funds whilst complying with public procurement legislation as laid out in EU and UK law. This legislation means that the College is legally bound to tender via OJEU for goods, services and works where expenditure exceeds EU thresholds.
Terms and Conditions
The College has a set of standard Terms and Conditions which apply to all purchases.
The College will make payment at the end of the month following the month in which the goods/services are delivered or a valid invoice is received (whichever is the later).
Invoices must bear a valid College purchase order number, as payment cannot be made without this information. Invoices will be returned to suppliers for proper completion and re-submission where purchase order numbers are not quoted.
Current Tender Opportunities
For all current opportunities, please register on the Hull College Group e-tendering site at: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hull-college
The College has a regular requirement to expand its existing group of approved partners that can deliver high quality apprenticeship and other programmes across a wide range of curriculum delivery areas. Some significant benefits are available to training companies via economies of scale and delivery of shared services under a lead provider.
To keep informed about these and any other opportunities you will need to register on the Hull College Group e-tendering site (please refer to above link).
- Fees and Charges Policy 2018-19 (34.92 KB)
- Hull College Terms and Conditions of Purchase 2019 (893.99 KB)